Frequently asked questions
Why should anyone make the switch to reusable cloth pads?
Many people wrongly perceive reusable cloth pads to be cumbersome and unhygienic.
How can I wear my pad?
The colourful and patterned layer should come into contact with your skin, while the plain-coloured layer will be in contact with your underwear. Simply fasten the buttons to your underwear to secure it in place.
What is the difference between Minky and Cotton Pads?
Minky has a softer and fluffier feel, and is popular amongst beginners who are trying reusable cloth pads for the first time. This is because Minky fabric is stain-resistant, which makes it much easier to clean after each use. Some people like it better for its relatively higher absorbency as compared to a cotton cloth pad. However, minky pads may not be suitable for those with sensitive skin as it can feel warmer especially in the hot summer weather.
How often should I change my pad?
You should change your pad about as often as you would change a disposable pad, every 4 to 6 hours, as needed, depending on your flow. Quinbi's cloth pads are made of Zorb, which is one of the most absorbent fabrics used in cloth pads, so you can be confident that the absorbency of our cloth pads is a priority.
How can I manage my cloth pads when I am outside?
Soiled pads can be stored by folding the two ends towards the middle, fastening the buttoned flaps and placing them in your waterproof wet bag. This way, you can ensure that your cloth pads are well kept and can be washed at your convenience when you are home.
Refunds and Exchange Policy
Due to the nature of our products, we do not allow refunds or exchanges for our products. If you are not satisfied with your purchases, don't hesitate to get in touch with us and we'll get back with a response within 3 days.
Do you ship Internationally?
Yes! We ship internationally now!
I can't seem to wash off the stains on my cloth pad!
The Cotton Cloth Pads may take a little more effort for period stains to be removed, as they're made of natural fibres and are not stain resistant. Don't worry if you are unable to completely remove the stains after soaking your pad overnight. Replace the pail of water with fresh water and laundry detergent, and leave your cloth pad in it for a few more hours/overnight. If you need that extra help, use our eco stain blaster and apply it directly into your stains before tossing it into the pail.